Tucson non-profit receives renovated office spacePosted: Updated:
TUCSON, Ariz. -- A local non-profit received a new office downtown Monday. The director of the Ben's Bells project won a $20,000 office makeover as part of the "Eye for the Good Guy" contest.
Goodmans Interior Structures provided the renovation.
"A beautiful space does a lot for productivity and just for, you know, the ability to feel at peace where you are working and so I'm just, thrilled and excited about it. I'm so, so grateful to Goodman's and the other people that were involved," said Jeannette Maré from the Ben's Bells Project.
Ben's Bells started in 2002 to help provide kindness and healing by distributing bells for those in need.